The word Eid belongs to Arabic which means festivity and Fitr means breaking the fast. Eid ul Fitr is celebrated as a festival across the Muslim world after the conclusion of 29 or 30 fasts of the Month of Ramazan. The day of Eid is a common depiction of unity among the Muslim brethren.
The day of Eid ul Fitr starts with a specific Salat or Prayer and is generally offered in an open field in large gatherings and can only be performed in congregation.
It is a belief among the Muslims that they are commanded by Allah the Almighty and the Quran mentions to continue fasting until the last day of Ramazan and pay zakat and Fitra (Islamic alms) before going to Eid prayer.
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